Galveston Bay

Chambers - Texas


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  • 144 spots

Galveston Bay is the largest estuary on the Texas coast and the seventh largest in the United States. The Galveston Bay Complex is actually made up of four separately named bays: East Bay and West Bay in the south, Galveston Bay proper in the south and n...

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Galveston Bay Fishing Reports

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  1. 20 lb mono on a light rod. Fought for about 20 minutes. First big ugly finally!

    26 lb. 3 oz. Black Drum with a Cut Mullet

    1. George Horvath 0
      Nice one
  2. Details: 1 lb. 9 oz. 18 in. Sheepshead

  3. 1 of 3 today. Couple of slots and this guy.

    33.0 in. Red Drum with a mullet

    1. Rory Tennes 0
      Very nice!
    2. Yoli Medellín 0
      Beast!
    3. Yoli Medellín 0
      Beast!
    4. George Horvath 0
      Nice
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  4. I believe this is a toadfish?? Pretty gnarly looking little guy.

    Toadfish with a Cast net

    1. Nathan Morgan 0
      yeah it was definitely a strange sight
    2. Thurman Logg 0
      we have always called them dog fish. nasty
    3. George Horvath 0
      Wow
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  5. Call me the drummer boy! Hahaha!! It was a blast today!

    Red Drum with a mullet

    1. Nathan Morgan 0
      hahaha no way!!
    2. Thurman Logg 0
      that’s my line.. I had a shirt made with that saying…👍👍👍
    3. George Horvath 0
      Nice
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  6. Beast mode!!

    Red Drum with a mullet

    1. George Horvath 0
      Big one
  7. Was an epic day for Reds!

    Red Drum with a mullet

    1. George Horvath 0
      Nice one
  8. One of 6 today

    Red Drum with a mullet

    1. George Horvath 0
      Great trip
  9. Red Drum with a mullet

    1. George Horvath 0
      Nice

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